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Submitted by Mark484 749d ago | news

Apple to lock iOS app screenshots upon submission to halt scammers

Apple Insider-In a change of App Store policy, Apple announced on Wednesday that screenshots attached to app submissions will be locked in once they are approved, effectively putting an end to a scamming tactic used to dupe customers into spending money on fraudulent apps. (Apple, Industry, iOS, Software)

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